Category: Recipes

March is Maple Month in New Hampshire March 09 2017

March is Maple Month

Sweet Times are Here – March is Maple Month in New Hampshire We are saddened when the warm spring temps arrive before winter is over but we know sweet times are ahead. The sap is flowing and the sugar houses are steaming!  Maple sap, known in New Hampshire as liquid gold, begins to flow with the arrival of temps that are warm during the day … Read More

February 08 2015

5 Perfect Winter Recipes

During the winter months, eating a warm and filling meal is comforting. The chilly outdoor weather makes a warm soup or simple meal appealing. Although personal tastes vary significantly, some winter recipes are a favorite choice to warm up after coming in from skiing, making a snowman or enjoying the outdoor activities that are only possible during the winter. Sweet Potato and Butternut Squash Soup … Read More

December 11 2014

How to Make a Gingerbread House

While gingerbread’s illustrious past originated over 1,000 years ago in Northern Europe–and thanks to a traveling Armenian monk–modern bakers around the globe have found the most delightful ways to give this spice-laden cake the treatment it deserves. In the United States, we have happily adopted this inexpensive, yet intensely flavorful spice into our gallery of divine holiday scents and traditions. By mixing ginger with sugar … Read More

November 17 2014

7 Creative Ways to Cook a Turkey

Each year you might prepare your turkey the same way you always have, which is likely the same way your mother and her mother prepared their turkeys for their own Thanksgiving feasts. But maybe you want to try something completely different this coming Thanksgiving. Here are 7 creative ways to cook a turkey that may give your guests something to talk about. #1 Grill-Roasted Turkey … Read More

October 31 2014

Caramel Apple Martini Recipe

Looking for the perfect drink to sip by the fire? Look no further than the caramel apple martini, shake it up! 6 count vanilla vodka 2 count pumpkin pie spice liqueur 2 count butternut schnapps 2 count baileys Michael’s Drinks! If you love mixing drinks, our magic mixologist has put together a FREE drink mixing course for you on UDEMY!

October 20 2014

3 Delicious Dinners You Can Make With Apples

This is the best time of year to take advantage of nature’s harvest. That’s right, it’s apple season, and it seems like this year’s crop in North Conway is one of the tastiest we’ve had in a long time. Here are three delicious dinners you can create in no time using fresh apples and a little ingenuity. 1. Chicken Stuffed with Apple and Bleu Cheese … Read More

August 27 2014

7 Fresh Recipes to Spice Up Your Summer Parties

Stay fit during the summer with this delectable selection of healthy and delicious recipes. They’re certain to be a smash during your summer parties. American Macaroni Salad Treat your palette to an American classic with a healthy twist. It features a number of juicy vegetables and harmonizing flavors that are certain to satisfy guests. Recipe Grilled Portobello Burger with Onion Jam This succulent treat offers … Read More

August 13 2014

3 Mouth-Watering Summer Side Dishes

Summer is the season for side dishes. It’s true. Visit any picnic or family reunion, and you will find sumptuous side dishes set up all along the table. If you are looking for something new to add to your food preparation repertoire, consider the following 3 mouth-watering summer side dishes to share with your friends and family, no matter what the occasion, or for no … Read More

August 06 2014

7 Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

You know how much you love homemade treats? The four-legged members of your family love them too! Here are seven nutritious homemade treats that are sure win a top spot on your dog’s list of favorite foods. Gift Treats Made with bacon fat, eggs and wheat germ, these simple treats can be made in under an hour. According to the cooks at The Kitchn, this … Read More

July 17 2014

How to Recreate 36 World Cuisines with 3 Spices

When cooking, the importance of spices cannot be overstated. Furthermore, to adequately duplicate any cuisine from another culture, you first have to learn what spices and ingredients are used and learn how to utilize them. For example, to make a Caribbean dish, you will likely need coriander, scotch bonnet pepper and marjoram, while a Mexican dish will often feature chili, lime and tomato.  Therefore, learning … Read More